A low-cost carrier is expanding its domestic routes to include Montreal this summer, offering one-way flights to parts of the country starting at $49, which includes taxes and fees.
Calling itself “Canada’s only independent ultra-low-cost carrier,” Flair Airlines made the announcement on Tuesday stating they will extend their service to Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport starting July 1, with direct flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Abbotsford, B.C.
“We are excited to bring ULCC service to Montreal and to provide our low fares to a region where Canadians have been paying far too much for far too long,” said Flair’s president and CEO Stephen Jones. “Providing affordable air travel within Canada is an essential first step in restarting travel and tourism. We know there is a need for ULCC service in Montreal and are thrilled to bring our low fares to the area.”
The Edmonton-based company is currently operating a limited number of flights amid health-related travel restrictions and flair flyers can sign up for COVID-19 coverage, which will allow them to easily change travel plans with the company.
According to Global News, the airline also intends to revive suspended service to Atlantic Canada and Quebec City in June.
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